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There are seven playable regular races, each of which can convert [[Items]] and [[Glyphs]] into a different permanent bonus.
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{| border="1" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="4" style="border-collapse: collapse;" class
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|- style="background-color: #EEEEEE"
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!Race
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!Points
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!Conversion
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!Unlock
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!Strategy
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{{:Human|tpl=RaceSummaryRow}}
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{{:Elf|tpl=RaceSummaryRow}}
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{{:Dwarf|tpl=RaceSummaryRow}}
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{{:Halfling|tpl=RaceSummaryRow}}
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{{:Gnome|tpl=RaceSummaryRow}}
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{{:Orc|tpl=RaceSummaryRow}}
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{{:Goblin|tpl=RaceSummaryRow}}
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|}
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† Stacking means the first conversion adds +1, the second adds +2, the third adds +3 and so on.
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Revision as of 07:12, 22 April 2012

This page is about the Full/Beta Version of the game, if you are looking for the Alpha/Free Version, see Alpha:Races

There are seven playable regular races, each of which can convert Items and Glyphs into a different permanent bonus.

Race Points Conversion Unlock Strategy
Human.png Human

100

+10% Bonus Damage

Elf.png Elf

70

+1 Max Mana

Dwarf.png Dwarf

80

+1 Max HP per level

Halfling.png Halfling

80

1 Health potion.png Health potion

Gnome.png Gnome

90

1 Mana potion.png Mana potion

OrcHero.png Orc

80

+2 Base Damage

GoblinHero.png Goblin

85

5+1(stacking) XP

† Stacking means the first conversion adds +1, the second adds +2, the third adds +3 and so on.